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Facebook and LinkedIn might soon get a dark mode

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Good news for the late-night net users, Facebook and LinkedIn, might soon get a dark mode. Renowned app researcher Jane Manchun Wong analysed the code underlying the LinkedIn and Facebook app and came to a conclusion, which she wrote on her blog.

According to her, the dark mode is in the early stages of the development and only a few changes, such as a dark icon which is displaying on a dark background, have been made that will support dark mode feature on the app.

In another blog, she mentions that Facebook will also implement the dark mode feature on its mobile app. However, the dark mode is still in the early stages of development, and only a few changes are visible such as the Group Tab, which has received a dark mode as of now.

Earlier, on May 1, Facebook announced on Twitter, a new design — FB5, which they claim to be faster and much simpler. Facebook also announced dark mode for the web version. They also announced the dark mode on the app, but only for viewing pics and videos.

Although no one is certain when the dark mode feature will be released as it takes time to fully develop and implement the feature. All we can do is wait for the dark mode to be released.

Also read: Twitter is working on a Snooze feature to pause push notifications in its app

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Kumar Hemant

Deputy Editor at Candid.Technology. Hemant writes at the intersection of tech and culture and has a keen interest in science, social issues and international relations. You can contact him here: kumarhemant@pm.me

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